Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

The past seven days were busy! The HTC One finally became available in Canada, plus the Samsung Galaxy S4 officially went up for pre-order through many Canadian carrier. In addition, a few OS updates and carrier LTE expansions. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, along with notable news from around the web.

– HTC One now available in Canada [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy S4 first impressions [Read here]
– BlackBerry is now the official smartphone of Canadian Tire [Read here]
– Pre-order for the Samsung Galaxy S4 now available [Read here]
– Twitter #Music app for iPhone now available [Read here]
– TELUS: Galaxy S4 will have “additional color options to follow later this year” [Read here]
– Amazon Appstore for Android to be available in Canada “in the coming months” [Read here]
– Credit unions release the “Deposit Anywhere” app [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 now available in Canada [Read here]
– Google now activating 1.5 million Android devices per day [Read here]
– 5-inch BlackBerry Z10 like device coming later this year [Read here]
– Facebook Home rolled out to Canadians along with Chat Heads update for iOS [Read here]
– TELUS offering select GS4 pre-order customers a $50 credit to delay shipping [Read here]
– Nexus 4 now available at TELUS and Koodo [Read here]
– Bell puts the BlackBerry Q10 up for pre-order [Read here]
– Updated Google Play Store now rolling out to Canadians [Read here]
– HTC One Review (Video) [Read here]

Around the web:
– Geeksphone Keon takes Firefox OS to the FCC [Engadget]
– Per Email Notifications & Vibration Shows Up in BlackBerry 10.1 Beta [BerryReview]
– Google “One Today” Helps Android Users Make a Difference [PocketNow]
– First Google Glass users share their experiences [AndroidAuthority]